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2018 Feb 07
4
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
...symbol name as it is". > Nah, this is plenty definitive for me. ;] At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have > identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to avoid > having differences between clang and GCC which just end up seeming > capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching command line > options would be a bonus, but isn't imperative. > After talking to several others (to make sure we don't have to do this whole thing yet again) we'll change the external thunk names to match what GCC is using. Hopefull...
2013 Dec 12
1
Heatmap, and heatmap.2 gave different figures for the same dataset
I have a huge dataset(15k X 18) and tried to use the heatmap in R to examine the patterns. However, I found that heatmap and heatmap.2 gave me completely different outputs. Here are the codes: ------------ > dim(as.matrix(data.dcpm)) [1] 15462??? 18 > > heatmap(as.matrix(data.dcpm), col=topo.colors(100)) > heatmap.2(as.matrix(data.dcpm), col=topo.colors(100), key=TRUE,
2018 Feb 07
0
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
...oodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> > wrote: > >> At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have >> identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to avoid >> having differences between clang and GCC which just end up seeming >> capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching command line >> options would be a bonus, but isn't imperative. >> > > After talking to several others (to make sure we don't have to do this > whole thing yet again) we'll change the external thunk names to match what...
2013 Dec 12
2
method default for hclust function
I could not figure out what was the default when I ran hclust() without specifying the method. For example: I just have a code like: hclust(dist(data)) Any input would be appreciated:) [[alternative HTML version deleted]]
2018 Feb 07
0
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
..., 2018-02-07 at 00:16 +0000, Chandler Carruth wrote: > > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have > > identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to > > avoid having differences between clang and GCC which just end up > > seeming capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching > > command line options would be a bonus, but isn't imperative. > > > After talking to several others (to make sure we don't have to do > this whole thing yet again) we'll change the external thunk names to > match wh...
2018 Feb 06
0
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
...he compiler. This is just a note for the future though, the retpoline stuff is above. > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to avoid having differences between clang and GCC which just end up seeming capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching command line options would be a bonus, but isn't imperative. If you reserve the right to invent new thunk ABIs later and thus have different names for those, that's absolutely fine. You'd break our build if you added those unconditionally a...
2018 Feb 07
2
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
...radead.org > > > wrote: > > > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to > > > have identical names — just like we do for builtins and other > > > stuff, to avoid having differences between clang and GCC which > > > just end up seeming capricious and being hard to work around. > > > Having matching command line options would be a bonus, but isn't > > > imperative. > > > > > After talking to several others (to make sure we don't have to do > > this whole thing yet again) we'll change the ex...
2018 Feb 06
2
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
So, I was waiting to hear a definitive response on whether using aliases is hard, and didn't see one here, which is why I haven't responded further. However, a colleauge pointed me at an LKML thread where it seems there *is* a definitive response? I'm really looking for clear direction: we can try to implement custom naming, but it will add undesirable complexity to the compiler. Do
2008 Apr 29
0
[LLVMdev] Lost in the documentation
...Still, if this helps you make sense of the framework, then that's fantastic; but remember that it is an imperfect rule. Using the C bindings, it's still very important to understand the underlying C++ object model; otherwise, the type rules for the bindings will appear to be rather capricious. > Putting this together with the tutorial, http://llvm.org/docs/tutorial/ > , > which uses CAML instead of C, I think I may be able to get a clue. If you're not using ocaml, the C++ tutorial (the first one on that page) is probably more pertinent, even if you...
2018 Feb 07
0
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
...2:56 PM David Woodhouse <dwmw2 at infradead.org> > wrote: > > At this point, what we really want is for identical thunks to have > identical names — just like we do for builtins and other stuff, to avoid > having differences between clang and GCC which just end up seeming > capricious and being hard to work around. Having matching command line > options would be a bonus, but isn't imperative. > > > After talking to several others (to make sure we don't have to do this > whole thing yet again) we'll change the external thunk names to match what > GCC...
2008 Apr 29
2
[LLVMdev] Lost in the documentation
On Mon, 28 Apr 2008 17:54:31 -0400, Gordon Henriksen wrote: > On Apr 28, 2008, at 17:32, Hendrik Boom wrote: > >> In http://llvm.org/docs/FAQ.html, when taking about writing a compiler >> that uses LLVM (at least I think that's what the FAQ question is >> asking), >> the FAQ recommends >> >>> # Call into the LLVM libraries code
2015 Jan 07
2
Design changes are done in Fedora
On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 7:52 PM, Warren Young <wyml at etr-usa.com> wrote: > On Jan 6, 2015, at 6:49 PM, John R. Dennison <jrd at gerdesas.com> wrote: > >> On Tue, Jan 06, 2015 at 06:37:42PM -0700, Warren Young wrote: >> >> Noise removed. >> >> Quick question, if I may? What does this have to do with CentOS? > > Some people are annoyed that
2015 Jan 19
0
DMARC test (request)
...>> If the list sends a properly crafted e-mail coming from >> its own address >> and domain why do you think would be a problem? > >> There shouldn't be a problem, but there is, since Yahoo's > change. Please; this is not the consequence of Yahoo's capricious behavior; Yahoo is trying to fight spammers an I think what they did is plain right. >As > already mentioned, the "From:" field is useful as it is now > (and, FWIW, > I would be against changing it to something that would not > easily > identify the original sender...
2015 Feb 06
0
Another Fedora decision
...g Fedora. Many testers do dozens of installs per week, some do dozens per day. The password requirement is pretty annoying, I for one haven't tested it since I worked with the first build that includes the change. Why? While ostensibly it's an 8 character minimum, pwquality is sufficiently capricious that 8 characters is frequently insufficient. I tried about a dozen times and failed, gave up, and went with an ill advised 10 character password that I forgot within 30 minutes after the installation was complete. The problem is the decision to stop innovating ways to incentivize irrational users...
2011 Sep 04
4
same html elements rendering twice on page
hey all, My index.html.haml: - wrap do - page_title "Teams List View" application_helper.rb: def page_title(title) content_tag :h1, title end def wrap(&block) concat(content_tag(:div, capture(&block), :class => "generic_header")) end I load in browser and get: <div class="generic_header"><h1>Teams List
2013 Mar 05
2
Error message
Dear all, I got an error message when running the following code. Can anyone give any suggestions on fixing this type of error? Thank you very much in advance. Hanna > integrand <- function(x, rho, a, b, z){ + x1 <- x[1] + x2 <- x[2] + Sigma <- matrix(c(1, rho, rho, 1), 2,2) + mu <- rep(0,2) + f <-
2013 Mar 20
3
Introduction to R. Any such documentation in Vietnamese?
Dear fellow users Are there any Vietnamese language resources for beginners of R? If so, I would be interested in hearing from people who have had experience with them and which are better (if there is more than one). I am involved with an aid project in Vietnam, and would like to move the scientists involved from using Excel for 'analysis' to R. Thanks .... Peter Alspach The
2015 Jan 18
2
DMARC test (request)
> Well I consider the search filter by subject is a much better approach, > for participating on a conversation. The Subject is not enough when you have several emails with the same Subject entry, specially one right after the other. We are talking about a Mailing List, and this situation is not uncommon. > From a security point of view the logic says that the sender of an >
2017 Mar 18
0
"isolinux.bin missing or corrupt" when booting USB flash drive in old PC
...en mention partition alignment issues in a BIOS from 2003 (63 sectors offset for the first partition vs. 2048) and appropriate CHS values in the isohybrid command. The potential list of incompatibilities and troubleshooting is not short. Whether the incompatibilities are a matter of reason or a capricious BIOS' developer, we probably won't ever know. If I were to recommend a solution for your case, I would _not_ be choosing to rebuild the ISOhybrid image in a different way. Instead, either I would simply use optical media, or I would be partitioning and formatting the USB device (these...
2012 Aug 21
0
[LLVMdev] Let's get rid of neverHasSideEffects
On Aug 21, 2012, at 3:45 PM, Jakob Stoklund Olesen <stoklund at 2pi.dk> wrote: >> I don't understand what you're saying. Are you proposing that all properties (may load, store, side effects) be explicitly added to all instructions, and the pattern only be used to produce warnings? > > Yes. > > The side effect inference is worse than the load/store inference,